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Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Oracle Database 10g: The Complete Reference (Osborne ORACLE Press Series)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
Authors: Kevin Loney, Kevin Loney
Rating: 3/5
Customer opinion - 3 stars out of 5
If a picture says a thousand words


then why can't the author paint a block diagram illustrating essential concepts such as memory structures, tablespaces, and indexes?



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: HTML for the World Wide Web with XHTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide, Fifth Edition
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Authors: Elizabeth Castro
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Great HTML Book For Computer or WebTV


This book is written with the computer in mind but I found it great for making webpages with my WebTV. Some applications I couldn't use because the directions were for Windows but it still gave enough information to learn HTML and make my Web site with it's many web pages. I enjoyed learning to make anchors the most, they are links that jump to another area of the webpage or website. The directions are great and easy to understand, you will be happy with this one. Diane



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Core Web Programming (2nd Edition)
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Authors: Marty Hall, Larry Brown
Rating: 4/5
Customer opinion - 4 stars out of 5
Get a perspective view


This book is written by a professor, so be prepared to carry some basic knowledge of programming esp. Java, CGI. Also, the book lacks some important recent developments in the languages. But, this book surely provides a good guideline to better web programming equiping you with ubequitous tools.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Large-Scale C++ Software Design
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
Authors: John Lakos
Rating: 4/5
Customer opinion - 4 stars out of 5
Complements Scott Meyers' two Addison-Wesley volumes


Lakos's 1995 book needs updating to recognize recent additions to C++, e.g. bool, namespace. However, the perceptive reader will have no trouble extending the principles to the newer features.
If there's a drawback it's that Lakos focuses on how to cope with mammoth programs more than on how to keep programs from becoming mammoth in the first place.